Diamond Earrings: Superiority and Endurance
by Sam Serio
"A diamond is forever," as the old saying
goes. The late actress Marilyn Monroe said it best:
"a diamond is a girl's best friend." So much
tribute has been paid to the everlasting glory of the
diamond, which is among the most valuable (and expensive!)
precious stones in existence. Is it any wonder then
that diamond jewelry is so fashionable? Diamond earrings,
necklaces, rings, bracelets many of these are
regarded as works of art.
The diamond is the most unadulterated of all the gemstones
composed of a single pure element. It is also the hardest
transparent substance that exists. It is for this that
the diamond stands as a symbol of strength, purity of
spirit, and even physical chastity.
Diamond earrings first reached the height of fashion
in Europe in the 18th century, just before the Renaissance
era. To this day many people, even men, wear diamond
earrings as a classy adornment. George Michael and Prince
are only two of the many male celebrities who have been
known to use diamonds as ear decorations. From time
to time, David Beckham of soccer fame sports the odd
diamond earring worth around $12,300.
Diamonds emphasize superiority and endurance. Unlike
pearls they do not trap light, but reflect them -- projecting
not just a glow, but a finely subtle ray of light upon
the bearer's features. The light reflected by a diamond
earring is often caught in the wearer's eye, hence you
might notice a crafty sparkle in the eyes of women who
wear finely-cut genuine diamond earrings.
Primarily, a diamond is graded by its 4 Cs: the
cut, clarity, color, and carat weight. These characteristics
are taken into consideration in the crafting of the
finest diamond earrings. Take these factors into consideration
when picking out diamond jewelry.
Diamond earrings make the best gifts for loved ones
who have an eye for quality, and deserve only the best
in life. These accessories speak of the wearers
high-class taste and love for things of beauty.
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